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Mostafa Salem

Tutankhamun's tomb shines after decade of renovations

Feb 01 2019

LUXOR, Egypt A century after the tomb of Tutankhamun was discovered, revealing the mummified boy-king buried more than 3,000 years ago, it has re-opened, brighter and safer thanks to painstaking work to repair damage caused by dust, damp and visitors. | Video

Egyptian winery battles climate, culture to produce award-winning bottles

Nov 27 2018

CAIRO Faced with the parched soil and blistering sun of Egypt's Red Sea area, a small winery is producing an all-Egyptian award-winning wine against all the odds. | Video

Egyptian winery battles climate, culture to produce award-winning bottles

Nov 22 2018

CAIRO, Nov 22 Faced with the parched soil and blistering sun of Egypt's Red Sea area, a small winery is producing an all-Egyptian award-winning wine against all the odds.

Egyptians upbeat despite painful loss to Uruguay

Jun 15 2018

CAIRO Despite a heart-wrenching last-gasp loss to Uruguay on Friday in their first World Cup appearance in 28 years, Egyptians were optimistic about their chances after nearly forcing a draw without talismanic forward Mohamed Salah.

Soccer: Egyptians upbeat despite painful loss to Uruguay

Jun 15 2018

CAIRO Despite a heart-wrenching last-gasp loss to Uruguay on Friday in their first World Cup appearance in 28 years, Egyptians were optimistic about their chances after nearly forcing a draw without talismanic forward Mohamed Salah.

Egyptians upbeat despite painful loss to Uruguay

Jun 15 2018

CAIRO Despite a heart-wrenching last-gasp loss to Uruguay on Friday in their first World Cup appearance in 28 years, Egyptians were optimistic about their chances after nearly forcing a draw without talismanic forward Mohamed Salah.

Soccer-Egyptians upbeat despite painful loss to Uruguay

Jun 15 2018

CAIRO, June 15 Despite a heart-wrenching last-gasp loss to Uruguay on Friday in their first World Cup appearance in 28 years, Egyptians were optimistic about their chances after nearly forcing a draw without talismanic forward Mohamed Salah.

Tears and joy as Egyptian Christians killed in Libya laid to rest

May 15 2018

AL-OUR, EGYPT Tears mixed with joy on Tuesday as the remains of 20 Christians were laid to rest in Egypt's Minya province more than three years after they were kidnapped and beheaded in Libya in an attack that provoked rare Egyptian air strikes.

Mohamed Salah's Champions League performance gives Egyptians 'goosebumps'

Apr 25 2018

CAIRO Liverpool forward Mohamed Salah sent Anfield into raptures with his dazzling display and two goals in the 5-2 demolition of AS Roma in the Champions League semi-final first leg and was also the name on everybody's lips back in his home country of Egypt.

Rights group sounds alarm over Chechnya's role in soccer World Cup

Feb 14 2018

MOSCOW/CAIRO Human Rights Watch has said world soccer's governing body must tackle rights abuses in Russia's Chechnya region now that one of the teams in this year's World Cup in Russia has chosen Chechnya as the location for its base camp.

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